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Madhya Pradesh Orissa
First posted on on May 27th 2006, last revised on May 20th 2010







In 2000, Chhattisgarh was separated from Madhya Pradesh and established as a separate state within the Republic of India.
Chhattisgarh is made up of the following former princely states : Bastar, Changbhakar, Jashpur, Kanker, Kawardha, Khairagarh, Koriya (Korea), Nandgaon, Raigarh, Sakti, Sarangarh, Surguja, Udaipur.

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Country Profiles from India Net Zone; from Wikipedia; from Webindia 123
Links General Category : Chhattisgarh, from Wikipedia
on History Category : History of Chhattisgarh, from Wikipedia
Organizations
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Accounts of History General History of Chattisgarh, from Chhattisgarh State
Article Madhya Pradesh, Central India Agency, Madhya Bharat, Central Provinces & Berar, from Wikipedia
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Politics Category : Indian Political Parties - Chhattisgarh, from Wikipedia
Politics of Chhattisgarh, from Wikipedia
Economy & Finances The Economy of Chhattisgarh, from Webindia 123, from Economy Watch, from Wikipedia
Crafts of Chhattisgarh, from India Crafts
Social History
Ethnography India, from Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre
Religion Temples of Chattisgarh, from Indian Temples Portal
Dhamtari (Chhattisgarh State, India), Kanker Mennonite Church (Kanker, Chhattisgarh, India), from GAMEO
History of Regions see under Bastar, Changbhakar, Jashpur, Kanker, Kawardha, Khairagarh, Koriya (Korea), Nandgaon, Raigarh, Sakti, Sarangarh, Surguja, Udaipur
Indian Princely States, by H. Soszynski, index page
List of Indian Princely States, from Wikipedia
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Institutions Structurae : Chhattisgarh
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Others India Environment Portal : Chhattisgarh
Terrestrial Ecoregions : Indo-Malayan, from WWF; scroll down for Eastern Highlands Moist Deciduous Forest, Northern Dry Deciduous Forests

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Historical Data Lists of Statesmen from World Statesmen (B. Cahoon), scroll down
Bastar, Changbhakar, Jashpur, Kanker, Kawardha, Khairagarh, Korea, Nandgaon, Raigarh, Sakti, Sarangarh, Surguja, Udaipur, from Indian Princely States
Population Figures Historical Population Statistics : India, by State (Province), from Population Statistics, at UUtrecht
Election Results from Psephos (since 2003)
India Election Database, results since 1989
Election Database, from Election Commission of India, results since 1977
Statistical Reports of State Elections, from Election Commission of India
Documents Modern Newspapers
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Archival Deposits Search National Archives (UK)
Search Janus (catalogues of archives and manuscript collections held throughout Cambridge)
Constitutions, Laws
Document Collections
Historical Maps Maps of Kerala, from Maps of India, from Maps-India
Central Provinces (Constable 1893), from Historical Maps of India
Central Provinces and Berar (Bartholomew 1907), from DSAL
Map : Bihar and Orissa 1922, from Probert Encyclopedia
Maps : Eastern Hemisphere 550 B.C., Eastern Hemisphere 527 BC, Eastern Hemisphere 500 BC, Eastern Hemisphere 400 BC, Eastern Hemisphere 335 BC, Eastern Hemisphere 323 BC, Easern Hemisphere 300 BC, Eastern Hemisphere 200 BC, Eastern Hemisphere 100 BC, Eastern Hemisphere 050 BC, Eastern Hemisphere 001 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 050 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 100 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 200 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 300 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 400 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 450 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 500 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 565 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 600 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 610 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 700 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 800 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 900 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 1000 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 1025 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 1100 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 1200 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 1300 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 1400 AD, Eastern Hemisphere 1500 AD, by Thomas Lessman
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Encyclopedia Entries
General Articles Sirguja, Jashpur, Korea, India, Central Provinces, Bastar, Raipur, Chhattisgarh Division, from EB 1911
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Geographical Article Surguja, Udaipur State, Sarangarh, Sakti, Raigarh State, Nandgaon State, Korea, Khairagarh State, Kawardha, Kanker, Jashpur State, Bastar, Chang Bhakar, from Imperial Gazetteer of India (1909), posted by DSAL
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Parliamentary Debates foreign Hansard (British Parliament)
Tour Guides, Travelogues
Institutions Archives
Musea Anthropological Museum, from Chhattisgarh Tourism Board
Monuments Alphabetical List of Monuments - Chhattisgarh, from Archaeological Survey of India
Chhattisgarh Temples, from B>Indian Temples Portal
Showcaves : Chhattisgarh
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PRINTED REFERENCE
Bibliographies general Datenbasis Internationale Beziehungen und Länderkunde (Data Base on International Relations and Country Studies) (site in German, most titles listed in English; numerous entries; publications mostly since 1970)
RHS Bibliography
UK National Archive Online Library
ISBN Database
on Chhattisgarh Indcat, Online Union Catalogue of Indian Universities, from INFLIBNET, click Union Database
D. Ludden, Bibliography on South Asian Agrarian History (c.1990)
Online Libraries general Project Gutenberg, Online Catalogue, keywords Ceylon
Internet Archive
e-corpus
on India Digital Library of India
History of India Digital Library
Online Journals
General Accounts
Yearbooks Article : India : Chhattisgarh, in : Statesman's Yearbook 2002 pp.832-833, 2003 pp.834-835, 2004 pp.838-840, 2005 pp.838-840, 2006 pp.835-837 [G]






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